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Tchad_Programme SAN Coordination Nationale et Coordinations Sectorielles

Dans le cadre de la réponse à l’appel d’offre pour le recrutement d’une assistance technique en appui au Programme SAN Coordination Nationale et Coordinations Sectorielles (11ème FED), CA 17 international recrute un Chef d’Equipe Coordonnateur des différentes composantes du Programme SAN au Tchad (Agriculture, Eau/Assainissement, Infrastructures, Santé/Nutrition).

Programme Promotion of productive agriculture (PromAP) – Phase III

Since 2012, GIZ's PromAP programme has been supporting small irrigation farming players in the Tillabéri, Tahoua and Agadez regions. The measures implemented to date have qualified the rural population (a total of around 39,000 farms) and in particular private service providers in all three regions in techniques for production-increasing and climate-sensitive small-scale irrigation.

Green Innovation Centres for the Agricultural and Food Sector (GIAE): Sustainable and deforestation-free cocoa industry

The Côte d'Ivoire country package is part of the global programme "Green Innovation Centres for the Agriculture and Food Sector" of the BMZ Special Initiative "ONE World without Hunger" and is implemented in selected regions in the southwest and southeast of the Ivorian cocoa belt.

Nigeria_Fachkraft für inklusive Geschäftsmodelle in der Landwirtschaft und Monitoring und Evaluierung im Grünen Innovationszentrum in der Agrar- und Ernährungswirtschaft

Mit seiner Sonderinitiative 'EINEWELT ohne Hunger' (SEWOH) will das BMZ einen signifikanten Beitrag zur Verminderung von Armut und Hunger leisten. Das Globalvorhaben Grüne Innovationszentren in der Agrar- und Ernährungswirtschaft (GV GIAE) ist Teil der Sonderinitiative mit dem Modulziel: Innovationen der Agrar- und Ernährungswirtschaft haben in ausgewählten ländlichen Regionen Einkommen kleinbäuerlicher Betriebe, Beschäftigung und regionale Versorgung mit Nahrungsmitteln verbessert. Die Umsetzung erfolgt im Rahmen von Länderpaketen (LP) in 14 Ländern.

Support for refugees and host communities – Field of action 3: Agriculture

Of the 1.4 million refugees in Uganda, about 1 million come from Southern Sudan. Most of them live in refugee settlements in the north-west of Uganda and 82% are women and young people below 18 years of age. Refugees and host communities face a lack of socio-economic opportunities. In agriculture, small-scale producers lack access to demand-oriented services, advice and training. The market orientation of most small scale farmers producing for (semi-) subsistence is low and their integration into value chains is very weak.

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